Edmonton’s homeless population has spread far beyond the inner city with dozens of people now camping in Mill Creek ravine or staying under bridges in Old Strathcona and south of the river.
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Want to know what businesses will be forced to relocate because of the Yellowhead Trail freeway conversion project? Good luck.
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Nationally, new house prices edged up 0.1 per cent in June, largely due to rising construction costs across the country
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With construction well underway, the senior vice president of petrochemical development for Inter Pipeline says the new $3.5 billion petrochemical facility is on budget and on schedule.
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South Edmonton Common might be celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, but shoppers will be the ones receiving a big present: the first-ever Nordstrom Rack location in Western Canada, opening Oct. 25 in a massive 36,000-square-foot space.
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New multi-family home sales in Edmonton are up one percent with townhome sales becoming more attractive as mortgage stress test rules make bigger purchases more difficult, shows a second-quarter market report.
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Renovations are underway on the former Enbridge Tower with reservations not far behind as the 23-storey building begins development into a downtown hotel.
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MLS sales for Calgary down 9.9% from a year ago, Edmonton down 2.7%: Conference Board of Canada
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The fracas over parking that for now has stopped a proposed new business in Forest Heights encapsulates a major obstacle facing anyone hoping to redevelop Edmonton’s mature communities.
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Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson is confident the city’s next LRT will be finished on time and be running on schedule in 2020.
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